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Last Updated: Tuesday, 26 April, 2005, 17:48 GMT 18:48 UK
Wales voters' panel on money
We are asking a panel of voters from Wales to share their views during the general election campaign.

Conservatives used to win elections at least partly on their handling of the economy, and today Labour likes to point to its own financial performance.

So after eight years of Labour government, do electors feel better off, and what do they expect if Tony Blair wins again?

Or do they think the other parties would be better looking after the pound in their pocket?

Here are the views of nine of our panel.

Hannah James
Hannah James:
Cardiff

John Thorne
John Thorne:
Neath

Jo Jones
Jo Jones:
Kinmel Bay

John Thorn
John Thorn:
Cardiff

Ben Hill
Ben Hill:
Cardiff

Tim Noakes
Tim Noakes:
Near Mold


Chris Parker-Jones
Chris Parker-Jones:
Pontypool

John Turner
John Turner:
Barry

David Jones
David Jones:
Llansamlet


The readers' panel has been selected from as wide a cross-section of people as possible and may not be representative of wider public opinion.





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